Craig Lally is the President of the Los Angeles Police Protective League in Los Angeles, California. The Los Angeles Police Protective League represents the more than 9,900 dedicated and professional sworn members of the Los Angeles Police Department. The League seeks to advance the interests of LAPD officers through legislative and legal advocacy, political action and education. As President, Lieutenant Lally works daily with the Los Angeles Police Department, community groups and fellow officers to protect the rights, interests and welfare of the members of the League.
Lieutenant Lally was born in Cleveland, Ohio and joined the Los Angeles Police Department on March 31, 1981. He worked various patrol assignments for over 25 years as a Police Officer (in the elite Metropolitan Division), Sergeant and Lieutenant. He has received approximately 200 commendations throughout his career, both from the Department and the community.
Lally was elected as a Director to the Los Angeles Police Protective League on January 1, 2012 and elected President on January 1, 2015. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association, the Executive Board of the California Coalition of Law Enforcement Association , and the Board of Directors of the California Police Officers Memorial Foundation.
Juan Viramontes took on the position of AOCDS President in March, 2020, amidst the coronavirus pandemic. He has been a proud and active member of AOCDS since 1998 and a member of the AOCDS Board of Directors since 2012. Most recently, he served as the board’s 1st Vice President and 2nd Vice President prior to that. Juan’s leadership experience also involves being an AOCDS Area Representative, Political Action Committee member and a member of the AOCDS Negotiations Team. In addition, he is a California Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) trustee.
Juan’s immense and varied experience in his 28 years with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and as an AOCDS board member has given him the insight and knowledge to lead our members and advocate for their maximum protection. He worked in our jails, as a sergeant at the Intake/Release Center (IRC) and as a deputy at the Theo Lacy Facility. He has worked patrol in Stanton, in North Operations, and on the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) right-of-way team. He has also been assigned to both Harbor Court and West Court.
Juan truly understands the challenges peace officers face each and every day and looks forward to tackling them head-on with great vigor and transparency. He wants to make sure the rank-and-file are well-informed and trust what we’re doing.
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Rodolfo Bojorquez is a 20 year veteran of the Los Angeles Airport Police Department. Rodolfo has worked a variety of assignments including Patrol Services, Defensive Tactics and his current assignment with the Emergency Services Unit SWAT team where he serves as a Rifle, Taser, and Active Shooter instructor. Rodolfo completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology, Physical Education in 2001 and has also worked for the the United States Customs Service where his passion for law enforcement was born.
Rodolfo is the current Vice President of the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association (LAAPOA), which represents 500 officers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the largest final destination airport, in the United States. LAX has welcomed over 85 million passengers annually and is known as one of the nation’s top terrorist target’s. He has served on the LAAPOA board for 9 years and welcomes the opportunity to serve the CCLEA membership.